LibriVox recording of Experiments in Plant Hybridisation, by Gregor Mendel. Read by Availle. Gregor Mendel (1822 - 1884) was an Augustinian monk in the St. Thomas monastery in Brno. His seminal paper "Experiments on Plant Hybridization" presents his results of studying genetic traits in pea plants. It is the ground breaking work on inheritance, being the first to differentiate between dominant and recessive genetic traits. His work was long ignored and deemed controversial, however,... Topics: librivox, audiobook, science, genetics, Mendel, hybridisation. Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Produzida pelo Laboratorio Aberto de Interatividade para Disseminacao do Conhecimento Cientifico e Tecnologico (LAbI) da Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos (UFSCar) em parceria com a Radio UFSCar, a radio-dramaturgia eh resultado do Premio Roquette-Pinto -- I Concurso de Fomento a Producao de Programas Radiofonicos promovido pela Associacao das Radios Publicas do Brasil (ARPUB), com patrocinio da PETROBRAS. Topic: "divulgacao cientifica" "radionovela" "labi" "ufscar"...
Gregor Johann Mendel (20 July 1822 – 6 January 1884) was a German-speaking Moravian scientist and Augustinian friar who gained posthumous fame as the founder of the modern science of genetics. Though farmers had known for centuries that crossbreeding of animals and plants could favor certain desirable traits, Mendel's pea plant experiments conducted between 1856 and 1863 established many of the rules of heredity, now referred to as the laws of Mendelian inheritance. Topics: Gregor Mendel, Classical Genetics, Vonsmersh, Genetics, Heredity, Genes
Why do cats give birth to kittens, lions to lion-cubs, and rabbits to baby rabbits? Why do human children, too, not only outwardly look like their parents, but also resemble them in character and disposition? Why are twins as like as two peas or quite different? Why are some babies born monsters? Can man remake animals and plants to order? Questions like those are the field of this book. It describes the quests that led to major discoveries in genetics, and the obstacles encountered by... Topics: science, genetics, heredity, genes, patterns, evolution, biology, mendel
Tableaux anciens, bronzes, meubles, tapisseries Flamandes; tableaux anciens; oeuvres de Troy, Grueze, Mlle. Ledoux, Nattier, Restout, Santerre, Tourniéres; gouache de Cl. Hoin Topic: M. H. J. M... [Mandl or Mendel or Mandle]
In the past century two versions of the principle of segregation have been used in biology, and both can claim to have connections to concepts presented by Mendel. The cytological version applies to all types of cell division and, by achieving transmission of full chromosome sets, acts to conserve the genome. Here independent assortment, not segregation, produces new genetic combinations. Some important features of the cytological version of segregation are consistent with Mendel's law of... Topics: assortment, Bateson, cytology, Mendel, Mendelian principles, Morgan, segregation
Lecture about the travesty of the "cattle prod gittin" and the plague of Pedophilia and other problems in the Jewish community. Topics: Mendel Epstein, Rabbi Wolmark, Cattle prod, Pedophilia, Molestation, Incest, Rape, Sodomy.
Lecture in Yiddish, about modesty, pedophilia, adultery and other problems plaguing the community. Topics: Pedophilia, Molestation, Incest, Rape, Transgender, Sruly Stein, Mottel Stein, Mendel Stein,...
The goal of this report is to foster a national discussion about the complex and important challenges posed by youth crime in America, and to raise public awareness about promising approaches to youth crime that currently receive too little attention and too few resources. The report is divided into three sections. Part One details the wealth of new knowledge about the causes and cures for delinquency and youth violence that has been generated by researchers and practitioners over the past two... Topics: ERIC Archive, Adolescents, At Risk Persons, Children, Delinquency, Intervention, Juvenile Justice,...
The article is designed to give a comprehensive answer to the question of why none of the contemporaries of Mendel could understand the meaning of his "laws". The examination of the arguments commonly being adduced - such as the "non-respectableness" of the publication, the little-knownness of the author, or the unwonted style of his work - reveals their insufficiency and secondariness. It is demonstrated that the real causes of denying the "units of heredity" were... Topics: units of heredity, Mendel, new mode of thinking, conceptual revolution, causes of rejection